[OSM-talk] Potlatch again
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Mon Jan 12 08:24:46 GMT 2009
2009/1/12 Gert Gremmen <g.gremmen at cetest.nl>:
> Thank you Thomas,
> The image you provided to prove your solution
> was a complete surprise to me and may contribute to a
> solution for this everlasting Potlatch Critic.
> You are right, and I am right.
> My screen looks entirely different, due to the missed option
> (I mean: I missed it and probably also those users that have problems
> editing with Potlatch) to show ways as THIN LINES.
> Am I right in assuming that Potlatch in default mode shows fat ways
> and fat nodes ? Then just changing the default setting
> of this switch would improve a lot in editing quality.
> And to Richard:
> Why react so strong ?
It's what happens when you start shouting at people on public mailing lists.
Let's assume, just for a moment, that rather than being a troll you're
just misguided, then here's how you could have dealt with this:
I have this editing problem that I'm trying to fix <link>, but when I
try to do it with Potlatch all the nodes overlap when I zoom in. Am I
doing something wrong? What would really help is thinner lines on the
high zoom. I usually use JOSM, but I'm trying to help out a user who
has been using Potlatch.
There's an option to have thinner lines. Hope that helps.
Oh yes, thanks! Is there any way that could become the default?
See? Wasn't that much nicer for everybody?
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